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Re: Everlast Welder Update.... Power Arc 140st

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I"ve never seen or heard of this welder . Is there any literature about them or a website ? I"d like to learn about them . Back in the late 60s I bought a nice AC/DC welder from Monkey Wars . Many guys laughed at me & saying I"d regret buying their junk . Its been & still is a great welder thru all these years . The performance exceeds what I"ve seen others do as to hard steady welding . A buddy who was a professional welder came up one evening to help me build a trailer & a plow frame of pretty heavy steel . After getting steel parts set & clamped , he chuckled as he said : wel lets see how well this thing holds up & compares to my Lincoln .He had trained at Lincoln school & was a devoted Lincoln welder man . Boy he put my cheaper machine thru much harsh welding & it never weakened or shut down once . My heavy cables were sure hot to the touch tho . End results was my Buddy loved my welder . So sometimes we can find good in cheaper . God bless, Ken

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12-11-2012 16:43:11

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 Re: Everlast Welder Update.... Power Arc 140st in reply to Ken-Pa, 12-11-2012 16:16:02  
Ken here is another outfit I would look at. Lanse a member here just bought their Stickweld 250. I'm teaching a member on Tractorbynet site how to weld. He also bought the Stickweld 250.
Even tho I have the Everlast PA-200 I wish I would have waited until the PA-300 came out, That way I would have got adjustable hot start and arc force. The Stickweld 250 as that!

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12-11-2012 23:20:21

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 Re: Everlast Welder Update.... Power Arc 140st in reply to Puddles, 12-11-2012 16:43:11  
Thanks for the info Puddles . Boy those machines are really high priced . Lanse is being given gifts of a lifetime at such a young age . I never had a chance at life like his . I came from a very large family , had to work outside the home when Dad didn't have me doing garden work . I had to hand dad all & any monies I received when i did outside work . I hardly ever had the privilege of spending my own income . I even had to buy my own school clothes as a kid . I still lived at home until I married at age 21 & still had to hand over my paychecks until I finally left his house . So , as I said , Lanse has it really nice with his parents help & encouragements . I wish him a very happy & successful life . Again , thanks . God bless, Ken

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12-11-2012 16:29:45

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 Re: Everlast Welder Update.... Power Arc 140st in reply to Ken-Pa, 12-11-2012 16:16:02  
Here is there web site. If you decide to buy one, I suggest joining Tractorbynet forum. Everlast is a sponsor there in the welding section. Mark Lugo is Everlast's rep on that site. Mark is a very knowledgeable weldor, and a good guy. Everlast gives all Tractorbynet members a discount! 8)

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12-11-2012 16:23:52

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 Re: Everlast Welder Update.... Power Arc 140st in reply to Ken-Pa, 12-11-2012 16:16:02  
Ken-pa here is the website with all the info...

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12-11-2012 23:22:09

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 Re: Everlast Welder Update.... Power Arc 140st in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 12-11-2012 16:23:52  
Thanks a lot . God bless, Ken

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